The Guangzhou Long-Lions visited Washington DC in today's Exhibition Game against the Washington Wizards. Former NBA player Tyler Hansbrough led the Chinese team in tonight's exhibition game. The Washington Wizards played their first exhibition game today but John Wall did not suit up for the game.

Tyler Hansbrough shine in blowout loss to the Wizards

The New Tribune reported that Tyler Hansbrough led the Chinese team "with 29 points, 11 rebounds," one block and one steal while shooting 50 percent from the field and 69.2 percent from the charity stripe (9/13).

Tyler Hansbrough played seven seasons in the NBA and his last NBA game was with the Charlotte Hornets. Last year he played in the NBA D-League and last July he signed a contract with the Guangzhou Long-Lions.

Kyle Fogg records a double-double in today's loss

Kyle Fogg also made a huge impact in tonight's game despite their team losing. He contributed 27 points, three rebounds, 11 assists, and one steal while shooting 30 percent from the field, 28.6 percent from beyond the arc (2/7), and 86.7 percent from the charity stripe (13/15). Kyle Fogg could not find a team in the NBA for the past couple of years, this led him to sign with the Guangzhou Long-Lions last July.

Meeks and McClellan come up big in today's win

The Washington Wizards played an outstanding game today despite their star point guard not suiting up for the game. The starters of the Wizards played limited minutes which paved way for their bench players to step up. And that is what Jodie Meeks and Sheldon McClellan did. Jodie Meeks had a team-high 19 points while shooting 77.8 percent from the field and hitting four out of five three-point attempts.

McClellan also played a solid game by contributing 17 points, two rebounds, and four assists while shooting 66.7 percent from the field and going perfect (4/4) from the charity stripe. This game may help Jodie Meeks earn even more minutes off the bench for next season while McClellan certainly caught the attention of the Wizards staff with that outstanding game.

Beal, Porter, and Gortat played limited minutes

Along with John Wall not playing, Washington's core also played limited minutes in today's blowout win against the Chinese. Otto Porter Jr. only played 13 minutes with three points, four rebounds, and two assists, Marcin Gortat played 15 minutes with six points, five rebounds, and four assists. And Bradley Beal played only seven minutes with six points, three rebounds, and one assist.